YoungBoy Never Broke Again, born Kentrell Gaulden, was arrested in March 2021 after a high-speed chase through Tarzana in which prosecutors allege a gun was recovered from the floorboard of his Mercedes.
A homeowner in Tarzana took matters into his own hands to defend his property after he found several burglars outside his home. The suspects reportedly threw bricks into a sliding glass door.
Investigators believe the homeowner was targeted.
“For many of our students, these are the only running shoes they will get all year. It’s upsetting to think that these materials were taken from the children in our community who need them most,” Students Run LA said in a statement.
Authorities are searching for a suspect who stole around $3,000 worth of cigarettes from a 7-Eleven in Reseda then tried to do the same thing at another 7-Eleven in the area.
Brian Garcia, 28, was shot to death Saturday afternoon at a dispensary in Tarzana. According to police, two men were seen running from the scene.
A high-speed chase across Los Angeles ended in a crash – all before turning into a lengthy standoff between the suspect and police late Tuesday night.
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The three men were arrested this week after a home invasion robbery in Tarzana. Police say two of them may be responsible for at least two other robberies in LA County.
Three members of an Encino-based fraud ring who went on the lam after being convicted of stealing more than $18 million in COVID-19 relief loans were captured in Montenegro and federal authorities are seeking their extradition, a senior law enforcement official told City News Service Wednesday.
Richard Ayvazyan, 43, and his wife Marietta Terabelian, 37, have been fugitives since Aug. 29 after being convicted of stealing more than $18 million in COVID-19 relief loans. The pair, along with family member and co-defendant Tamara Dadyan, 42, have been captured in Montenegro.
Family members of a Tarzana couple whom the FBI believes cut their tracking bracelets and went on the run while awaiting sentencing for their roles in an $18 million COVID-19 relief fraud case contend the pair were kidnapped.
A small business owner is left devastated after a group of burglars used a U-Haul truck to smash their way into a cell phone repair shop in Tarzana.
A reward of up to $20,000 is being offered in exchange for information leading to the arrest of a Tarzana couple who allegedly cut their tracking bracelets and went on the run while awaiting sentencing for their roles in an $18 million COVID-19 relief fraud case, the FBI said Friday.
Police sought the public's help identifying the hit-and-run driver who struck and killed a woman in Tarzana Tuesday night.
The FBI's hunt continues Tuesday morning for a Tarzana couple who allegedly cut their ankle tracking bracelets and went on the run while awaiting sentencing for their roles in an $18 million COVID-19 relief fraud case.
A Tarzana couple awaiting sentencing after their conviction in an $18 million COVID-19 relief fraud case allegedly cut their ankle monitoring bracelets and fled, according to the FBI's Los Angeles office.
Mosquitos in Los Angeles County have tested positive for the West Nile virus, officials said Thursday.
Three people, including an LAPD officer, were injured in a two-vehicle crash in Tarzana Thursday morning. All three were taken to local hospitals in fair condition, officials said.
The ‘Sunflower Cabin Community’ has over 70 tiny homes with 140 beds that are available to people experiencing homelessness in the West Valley.